Welcome to H-Ethnic, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-Ethnic encourages scholarly discussion of ethnic history, immigration and emigration studies and makes available diverse bibliographical, research and teaching aids.Below you will find the latest books in Race and Ethnicity Studies. The list includes new titles streaming from the H-Net Book Channel plus new book announcements posted to H-Ethnicity by subscribers. On the right are announcements and discussion in the field. CFPs can be found in the link on the right side of the page.
New Books in Race and Ethnicity Studies
Announcements and Discussion
Call for Submissions
Deadline for first issue: September 15, 2016
Deadline for second issue: December 15, 2016
Flight and Migration
Intercultural Philosophical Perspectives
6th Intercultural Interdisciplinary Colloquium
polylog: Forum for Intercultural Philosophy
In cooperation with the Catholic University of Applied Sciences Freiburg
and the Forum Scientiarum at the University of Tübingen
Freiburg i. Br. (Germany), 11–13 January 2017
Deadline for abstracts: 5 August 2016
WOMEN, GENDER, AND FAМILIES OF COLOR
CALL FOR PAPERS
Call for Proposals for a Special Issue of East European Jewish Affairs
"Jewish Underground Culture in the post-Stalinist Soviet Union: Clandestine Communities, Multimedia, and the Poetics of Nonconformity"
Guest Editor: Klavdia Smola
Abstract Deadline: July 15, 2016
Apologies for cross posting
I wish, rather belatedly, to announce the publication of my new book, which I hope will be of interest to colleagues.
Muslim Fashion: Contemporary Style Cultures
Duke University Press, September 2015
The Pacific Historical Review recently published the following articles that may interest H-Ethnic list subscribers:
Session Title: Competing Visions of Place
This special session examines contested representations of place, questioning how literary, visual, filmic, and archival materials can encapsulate competing visions of what a place is or should become. The session explores how these particular ideological visions of place can legitimize material acts of violence, or offer alternate re-visions.